ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Each month the state of Ohio recognizes businesses that have been in operation for over a century. This month they paid tribute to a business located in Zanesville.
The Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home opened its doors in 1907 and today was recognized from the state’s Ohio Business Profile Program for the month of June. Ty Dierkes is the vice president for the funeral home and said it came as an honor.
Two local funeral homes have joined together to give a donation to Christ's Table.
Both Burrell Funeral Service and Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home filled a truck with 15 turkeys a piece Monday. These turkeys will go to help supply Christ's Table's Thanksgiving Day meals.
Keely Warden, the Executive Director of Christ's Table said these 30 turkeys bring Christ's Table's total up to 70 turkeys. Co-owner of Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home, Ty Dierkes said donating the turkeys is an...
A prominent member of our community has passed away.
John Montgomery, who had been in failing health for several months, passed away Thursday at the age of 83. Originally from Lancaster, he graduated from Ohio State University and went on to work as a local banker and also sold insurance.
Montgomery was actively involved with the Muskingum County 4-H program where he served as an advisor for 62 years. He was also an active member of Ark Spring Baptist Church.
A local funeral home makes sure those in need have a turkey filled Thanksgiving.
Funeral Directors Ty Dierkes and Paige Wagner led a parade of employees holding the holiday staple as they loaded up a Christ's Table truck with fifteen birds. Each bird represents a funeral home employee or staff member.
"We like to give back to our community as best we can," explained Funeral Director Ty Dierkes. "The community has been very good to us, taking car of us all these...
A former Zanesville Police Officer has passed away.
66-year-old Gregory Fisher died Saturday morning surrounded by family. Fisher was a 1965 graduate of Zanesville High School. He served in the United States Air Force from 1966 to 1970 and then joined the Zanesville Police Department in 1972, serving until 1993.
Funeral arrangements are being held by the Bolin-Dierkes Funeral home. Calling hours for friends and family are from noon until the time of the funeral service at 1p.m....
A local funeral home celebrates an addition to their services with an open house at the new location.
The Bolin Dierkes Funeral Home opened the Y-City Crematory on Madison Street and invited the public to view its new state of the art equipment. At the facility there was a digital cremator, weighted lift table, cooler and processing table.Vice President of the funeral home,Ty Dierkes says that their funeral home also operates the crematory.
Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home is having an open house event this Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the location of their new crematory and they're inviting the public to join them.
"We want families to know from the very beginning of the death, all the way through to the final cremation that they never leave us. We're not using a third party provider anymore, it's all us," said Ty Dierkes, Owner of Y-City Crematory and Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home.